Samsung releases Galaxy Note II Kernel

The Galaxy Note II has recently been released in the EU and a few other places worldwide, but Samsung has decided to give back to the development community by offering the Note II’s kernel source.

To most regular consumers, the Galaxy Note II kernel is practically of no use. But to developers and people who love running custom Android ROMs it’s widely used to ensure that a developer’s ROM can run to the best of its ability without losing core functionality and stability.

ROM projects like CyanogenMod 9 and 10, as well as the AOKP (Open Kang Project) can now be developed with the most minimal of bugs now that the kernel is out, and if you’re interested in seeing what the kernel source has to offer, the download can be found on Samsung’s open source download page.

Source: Samsung

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